Edmonson Lecture Series: Migration in African History

Edmonson Lecture Series: Migration in African History

By: Philip D. Curtin (author)Paperback

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Professor Curtin presents a well-defined interpretation of why migration has occurred in Africa, highlighting numerous socio-political and socio-economic factors. According to Curtin, the most consistent reason for migration within Africa and into and out of Africa was the possession of technological advantage.

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Philip D Curtin has served as president of the American Historical Association and the African Studies Association.


lecture 1. Migration in early African history -- lecture 2. African migration the industrial age.

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  • ISBN13: 9780918954619
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 50
  • ID: 9780918954619
  • weight: 104
  • ISBN10: 0918954614

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